Our Projects



We’re proud to support Ace Africa’s community development projects in Tanzania, helping to transform the lives of thousands of children and community members.

Specific activities supported include outreach events for orphans and vulnerable children, child rights’ trainings, sanitary pad distribution and education, school uniform provision, school renovations, HIV testing, psychosocial counselling, and the provision of medication and nutritional supplements to people Living with HIV/AIDS.




The Colourful Life Foundation backs Boys 2 Men in their mission of “Nurturing Lads by Empowering Dads”. Recognising that every boy needs a guide or mentor to steer them through the challenging early teenage years, this project works with fathers and sons taking them through a range of challenging and fun activities with the aim of strengthening the bond between them and enabling them to trust each other more. This stronger father-son relationship gives the son the confidence to thrive in a time of physical, emotional and social change and make the most of the opportunities that lie ahead.


Working with Jagriti, we’ve pledged to pay for the education of 1,000 children from Kathputli Nagar, Jaipur for the next three years. Along with teachers and support staff, we’re covering uniforms, books and school materials and a balanced a nutritional lunch. Jagriti undertake detailed surveys of the colony to understand which children are not receiving education, and then adopt and refurbish schools to meet the need. They currently educate 700 children across six schools, with four more schools in the process of adoption. Our pledge will allow Jagriti to increase student numbers to 1,700 across the ten schools.





We’ve also worked directly in the village of Bhawni outside Jaipur. We’ve completely refurbished the toilet blocks and created separate male and female toilets. Anecdotal evidence is that the attendance of girls has increased by 40% since these improvements.



Working with Pride ‘n Purpose and Virgin Unite we refurbished of Ekhuruleni School in Newington Village. The new school has two classrooms, office, kitchen, toilet, outdoor play area and a food garden. The increased size means the school now qualifies for a monthly grant giving access to school materials and the government feeding scheme. The work was completed ready for the new school year in January 2015 and was finished just in time – the old school building collapsed shortly afterwards.




In 2012-14 we invested in a sustainable long-term infrastructure to provide efficient eco-stoves into Madagascar. Stoves are made locally in five factories providing employment for the surrounding areas. Larger stoves are sold into commercial ventures such as restaurants and hotels allowing smaller models to be distributed free of charge into the community. By 2014, stoves distributed stood at almost five thousand, improving the lives of around twenty five thousand individuals. The stove project has now evolved in to a sustainable enterprise.

In addition we provided funds for a school in the Ankarafantsika National Park, to provide education and daily food for around 90 children.


We have worked with the Samburu community in northern Kenya, investing in a library in the rural area of Wamba to serve the local school children. This library has been stocked entirely with over six thousand books generously donated by customers of key sponsor, Gemporia.

We have also invested in long term water harvesting projects, capturing rain water during the short rainy season and providing up to eight months of clean water to local schools and surrounding communities. The provision of these services releases children from the traditional family chore of finding and collecting water daily by either walking up to 14 miles to collect from a water source or digging in dry river beds.